July 03, 2014

ONE of the best practices for Sharing Knowledge (Framework and Practice) !!

Actually, there are numerous ways to improve organisational capabilities or performances in order to be a competitive advantage in the middle of the market. Surely, personnel are essentially included within this practice together with some effective and useful practices that proposed by business owner or executive. Within this case, optimising internal capabilities in terms of knowledge that spread across a company to enhance organisational performances seems to be a good option. However, a number of personnel are always preventing themselves for sharing their knowledge to another, which is called tacit knowledge. Therefore, implementing or deploying strategies or practice that suit for this issue is vitally important for person who aims to optimise their organisational capabilities through knowledge that already existed within a firm whereas that knowledge are still conceal.

 Nevertheless, some might think that it requires kind of expensive strategies or practices in order to let people share their knowledge whereas it is not like that in reality. Actually, I personally think that willingness of people is played an important role for sharing knowledge likewise even the strategies are supremely effective whereas that person is still feel uncomfortable to share his or her knowledge, hence, the strategies are turned to nothing eventually. So, applying theory or framework that suit for organisational circumstances that also focused on internal aspects, which people is included rather than focused on how to make people share knowledge seems to be a root for success concerning this issue.

 Lastly, a framework or practice that already included people factor in it seems to be one of the best options for organisations in order to let their personnel share knowledge rather than just implement expensive practices that just only concentrated on holistic views in accordance with organisational structure.

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